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ABC Orders Full Seasons of 'The Goldbergs' and 'Trophy Wife', Extends 'Super Fun Night'

November 2, 2013 (5:58 am) GMT
The network orders four more episodes of Rebel Wilson-starring series 'Super Fun Night', but decides to cancel another freshman comedy, 'Back in the Game'.

Two of ABC's new comedies have been granted full-season orders. "" and "", which are among the network's Tuesday line-up, will now air 22 episodes in its first-year run.

's "" will also last a little longer. The sitcom has received a vote of confidence from the network in the form of an order for four more episodes.

"", on the other hand, doesn't get the same good news. The Alphabet has reportedly pulled the plug on the series and won't order additional episodes beyond its initial 13-episode order.

"So, ABC has decided NOT 2 move forward w [Back in the Game.] 2 all of u fangles and friends, I can't begin 2 thank u for all of ur support," executive producer Robb Cullen tweeted on Friday, November 1. ABC will air all 13 episodes of the baseball-themed comedy, though.

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